ANSWERS: 97
  • I belive in God the father, son, and holy spirit. (I prefer not to use the term ghost.)
  • No I don't.
  • Nope, not a bit.
  • I believe in the church of dirt, does that count?
  • I believe in the Father, the Son and The Holy Spirit. I believe in One being.
  • No, absolutley not I do not belive in God. Or at least I'm not interested enough to try to disect him into three parts. (And if you comment to say you'll pray for me, fully expect me to bite your head off, just a fair warning.)
  • Yes, I believe that the ONE GOD (The Great Mystery as he is also known to me in Native American terms) is ONE and also the Three. God the Father, God born into a human form as Christ, and God the Spirit.
  • i believe in God, the Son and the holy spirits though i don't believe that they are all considered as one as the trinity says.
  • Yes I do, with all my heart.
  • I deny the existance of god and the holy spirit. And I deny that Jesus was anything more than a wise person. And by denying the existance of the HG, I'm going to hell, according to Catholics, no matter what. So no use praying for me.
  • Yes I do. I believe in God and in the Holy Trinity.
  • Yes, I do believe in the Trinity...
  • No. The 'son'? Don't be so vain. Jesus was little more than a prophet. The 'holy ghost' I have no time for.
  • Yes, I believe in the trinity.
  • Yes, I do, due to personal experience.
  • Yes. The three Persons in one.
  • i believe in God the Father and his Son and his Spirit. the terms like God the Son, does not mention in the Bible, so i have not to believe it. Bible tells us Jesus is the Son of God, not God the Son.
  • No. Trinitarian belief of God is antichristian doctrine which undermines sonship of Christ Jesus.
  • Absolutely not. There is no evidence for it and I have a very strong gut feeling that it is not just a false belief but a harmful one. I pity those who do.
  • Nahh, I stopped kissing Hank's Ass about the time my logic and reasoning kicked in.
  • No. Jesus was just a man. A great man, maybe, but that's it. That "trinity" crap is man made xian b.s.
  • yes i do. verymuch so.
  • I beleive in the Father as being the only God (1 cor 8:6) who manifested himself in flesh (Jesus). Jesus is called the son of God becasue he is born of a woman and conceived by the Holy spirit making him a son, Flesh is the Son, their is no God the Son. if the holy ghost and God the Father are seperate then the Holy Ghost would be the Father of Jesus not God the father but the bible shows us that the Father and the Holy Spirit are the Same person, the Holy spirit is the spirit of God and God is the father. The bible plainly tells us these things but man wants to make the word of God complicated by adding a Trinity that most people dont understand.
  • Yes I believe in the Holy Trinity
  • YES YES I DO PREACH IT BROTHER!!! HECK YEA! faith to the believers! +++++ + + + + ++++++++ ++++++++ + + + + ++++++++ ++++++++ + + + + + + +++++
  • Yes. We are all made in God's image: Our physical body equates to Jesus (who took on human form). Our personality/conscious mind equates to Holy Spirit; Our Souls equate to God the Father. Sort of a simplicit example but being GOD, he can manifest any or all "selves" at any time.
  • Yes, I do. I am a christian, and believe in my heart that Jesus Christ is the son of God and He was raised from the dead, and I have confessed with my mouth that Jesus Christ is Lord. 1 John 5:7,8 specificly speaks of the Trinity, and also John 1:1 makes their existence very clear. I'm not a bible scholar or anything, but I have studied most of it. Sometimes I don't understand it all, but I know that it is all fact, and knowone can convince me otherwise.
  • As a New Creation I ABSOLUTELY DO believe in GOD.
  • yes, I do, traditional Trinitarian, based on Scriptures and the beliefs of the earliest christians
  • No, I do not.
  • The trinity, three in one. Yes, of course every day.
  • Yes. I believe God is One Being who manifests Himself as three distinct Personalities; The Father, the Son, and the Holy Ghost. Thank you and God bless you!
  • Yes I do.
  • YES! Totally 100% I totally believe in the triune God! Praise the Lord!
  • Yup I do. And I believe in the Bible and God's grace also. Once you been filled by the Holy Spirit(Holy Ghost), you'll totally understand.
  • I believe in God Father Son (Jesus) Holy Spirit
  • I do believe in the 'trinity' of God, but I have a slightly different take on it. Through my studies of the bible I have found something interesting about Jesus (God the Son). He wasn't always Jesus the man. The bible says that before he came to earth as the man named Jesus, he existed as the Word of God. (Look at the first chapter of John's gospel) He still does exist as the Word of God, but he now has the body and person of Jesus. When I look at the 'trinity', I look past Jesus to see his true nature as the Word of God. So while I acknowledge that he is part of the trinity, I see it more as: God the Father, God the Word, and God the Holy Spirit. God the Word is the part of God's being that became Jesus, so you *could* still call him 'God the Son'. Hopefully that's not too confusing.
  • No, i need documentation of some sort to prove something is real or experience. Ive had neither. Plus catholic school by 6th grade i heard enough about god to make me puke on my red plaid jumper that represented the school.
  • I believe in a god or higher source,neither male or female,that does not rule but observes only.
  • yes i do.
  • Nope, not in any way, shape or form.
  • I do not, none of it exists
  • If I am a true monotheist I’d believe in God – full stop. The concept of the other characters in the question being associated with God is totally alien to the OT and the HQ (Holy Qur’an). The writers of the NT have got a lot to answer for, for making that scripture the odd one out and taking billions away from a strict belief in the one true God to a type of disguised polytheism.
  • Yes I do
  • In the traditional Christian sense, probably not. I do believe in God. I believe in a Universal Spirit. A son of God? possibly.
  • Nope - it's a load of rubbish
  • I absolutely do.
  • I'm extremely tired of the constant barrage of "Do you Love God?" questions. They're an excuse for people to shout about their beliefs when guess what...that's not what this site is FOR. We know that there are a LOT of Christians out there, we understand you love and believe in God...now take it somewhere else.
  • Yep, because with all that evidence who wouldn't [/sarcasm]
  • Absolutely. how can u not? (no sarcasm bitch)
  • Yes. The doctrine of the Holy Trinity states that there is one true God made up of three separate but equal persons, the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. The Bible does not contain the word Trinity. However, the Holy Trinity is hinted at repeatedly in both the Old and New Testaments. For many biblical references, see: http://www.cwo.com/~pentrack/catholic/Trinity.txt Under the influence of the Holy Spirit, the early Christians prayed and struggled over these hints for a couple of centuries. The concept of the Holy Trinity (three equal persons in one God) was mainstream Christianity in 325 C.E. at the Council of Nicaea and our belief is expressed in the Nicene Creed from that council: We believe in one God, the Father, the Almighty, maker of heaven and earth, of all that is seen and unseen. We believe in one Lord, Jesus Christ, the only Son of God, eternally begotten of the Father, God from God, Light from Light, true God from true God, begotten, not made, one in being with the Father. ... We believe in the Holy Spirit, the Lord, the giver of life, who proceeds from the Father and the Son. With the Father and the Son, He is worshiped and glorified. ... This belief is shared by most Christian denominations including Roman and Orthodox Catholics, Lutherans, Anglicans, Baptists, Methodists, Presbyterians, Pentecostals, Episcopalians, and the Salvation Army. With love in Christ.
  • The trinity is a label. Ask yourself how many you expect to see on the day of Judgement? 1 or 3? If you say 3, then you are truly trinitarian and by definition, also polytheistic. If you say 1 then you aren't trinitarian. If yousay 1,then ask yourself 'WHO will be on the throne?'. Instincively, most people answer Jesus! Trinitarians say, God the Father, Jesus sitting on his right hand, with the HOly Spirit sitting off or hovering around. Totally unscriptural. Every major religion in the world is at heart monotheistic. Islam believes categorically in ONE God. Hindu's believe in ONE God. (though many sects divide Him) Judaism believes categorically in ONE God. Christianity in early church times believed in ONE GOD. Then the council of Nicea occurred in 325 AD and ratified the concept of 3 separate persons. Belief that Jesus is God stayed underground for many years and has only resurfaced in modern history in the late 19th early 20th Century. Read the Nicean creed if you disagree, then come back and shoot at me :):) Take special note and ask yourself how many the writer/s thought there would be on the throne. :)
  • Yes, but they are not one of the same.
  • yes among other things
  • No, I am not a Christian. I do not believe this union can exist. In essence, it is nonsense. "When you understand why you do not accept the possibility of all of the other gods, you'll understand why I dismiss yours."
  • No. And I don't care if im down rated. If I am it simply proves a point. To think that an entity would create a being with free will and then punish that being for using it is infuriating.
  • Could you elaborate on this? I would be interested in hearing your theological opinions in a clear expression.
  • No I dont, Given undeniable proof I may be swayed
  • yes i do believe in god, the son, but id dont really know what is the holy ghost, is it some kind of special angel, maybe. i pray for god for me, my family and everyones prtotection and it works, i believe in god in jesus, he always helped me when i needed.
  • Simply put. Yes.
  • absolutely
  • yes God The Father (JEHOVAH)creator God The Son (Jesus)savior God The Holy Spirit comforter the Bible states there is one unforgivable sin and that the blasphemy of the Holy Spirit matthew 12:31
  • Not in the slightest. They're myths, nothing more.
  • I believe in the sausage
  • Eh.... no. Do you believe in the tooth fairy or santa clause?
  • Yes I most certainly do believe in Them. Do yuo think this earth and all the universe just happened. If you do I really feel sorry for you. You need a lot of prayer.
  • In short, no I dont.
  • Yes and all 3 are 1 He is the Father in creation He is the Son in redemtion He is the Holy Ghost in regeneration
  • Yes, The Bible states this... 1 John 5:8 And there are three that bear witness in earth, the Spirit, and the water, and the blood: and these three agree in one. If we are made in his image, and we can be many people, such as a father, son, brother or a sister, mother and aunt...why can't God be the Father Son and Holy Spirit...he has many names, redeemer, savior, captain of host, Immanuel, Great God, I am, ...and so on.
  • uh huh
  • I believe in God, who created all things, whose name is Jehovah @Psalms 83:18 That men may know that thou, whose name alone is JEHOVAH, art the most high over all the earth. I believe in the Son of God, Jesus, who was the first creation of God and the only direct creation by Him. @ Colossians 1: 15 Who is the image of the invisible God, the firstborn of every creature: 16 For by him were all things created, that are in heaven, and that are in earth, visible and invisible, whether they be thrones, or dominions, or principalities, or powers: all things were created by him, and for him: 17 And he is before all things, and by him all things consist. 18 And he is the head of the body, the church: who is the beginning, the firstborn from the dead; that in all things he might have the preeminence. AND I believe in the Holy Spirit which is God's active force or the manifestation of God's action. (NOT a 3rd person in a pagan Trinity) God’s Active Force; Holy Spirit. By far the majority of occurrences of ru′ach and pneu′ma relate to God’s spirit, his active force, his holy spirit. Not a person. Not until the fourth century C.E. did the teaching that the holy spirit was a person and part of the “Godhead” become official church dogma. Early church “fathers” did not so teach; Justin Martyr of the second century C.E. taught that the holy spirit was an ‘influence or mode of operation of the Deity’; Hippolytus likewise ascribed no personality to the holy spirit. The Scriptures themselves unite to show that God’s holy spirit is not a person but is God’s active force by which he accomplishes his purpose and executes his will.
  • no. but i believe in one god, the only god. jews and christians call him jehovah or yhwh, god, dios, dio, dieu, allah, bog [russian]...so in the creator yes, trinity no
  • Yes...God is 3 in 1
  • i believe that Jesus is a prophet the best prophet God could of sent to us, his blood. i also believe in the holy spirit. this is the conscience of man, or that feeling you get in your guts that no one knows why disernment. and God, one thing many people DO agree on is that there is a devine power and can be called several diffrent things. some people have stated that the bible has been distorted through translations and interpritations well the moral of the whole story in my opinion is that one day we ALL will answer to a higher power i choose to call GOD.
  • Yes, I believe in each Member of the Trinity. Each Member of the Trinity played extremely important roles in both the Old Testament and the New Testament.
  • yes, i believe in the trinity.
  • yes i do...he is or father..
  • I'm not Christian so no, but I do believe in some concepts of Christianity
  • Yes I do...............M.C.S.
  • Yup I do. But not in the way or manner that you might assume. "Lord, I pray that you save me from your followers."
  • Yes, I know they exist, but I do not put my faith into them.
  • Yes I do! :) I run a christian mission organization with my Bishop. We help people who are in a "certain" lifestyle and we guide them to get help.... thankyou for your question :)
  • I'm not taking any chances.
  • No. It will never make sense. Just google it and see how Christians try to justify this contradiction.
  • I am so so tired of having to defend my beliefs. I have written responses to this line of questioning so many times, trying to explain why this belief is the most necessary fundamental of Christianity. If Jesus was just a man, then His death on the cross was MEANINGLESS. Believing in God will do NOTHING for you because, if Jesus didn't die for our sins, THEN WE WILL DIE. I mean death as in the spiritual sense, the eternal seperation of man from God. The Holy Ghost is the spirit of God in us all, which allows us to know Him. If you aren't a Christian, would you please stop criticizing the cores of our religion? There is alot of scriptural evidence for it; none that just says "Oh, God is three people in one, haha," but references to three distinct entities that are part of one larger one. http://www.peterkreeft.com/topics/christ-divinity.htm has a pretty decent argument for the divinity of Christ. And if you have questions about the Christian faith, GO TALK TO A PRIEST/PASTOR/MINISTER. They will not condemn you to hell. You will not be thrown out of the church on sight. They will be happy to answer your questions and talk to you about God.
  • Yes, in unity of purpose, but not that which mankind has made up in the early centuries of the church, because those things are beyond that which is written.
  • Ya i Belive in them all as one and the same God came to thew earth manifested in the flesh and died for us and holy ghost rising up all in one and the same
  • nope. i think the concept of the trinity to be clearly polytheistic. Not that there is anything wrong with that, but the denial and explanations as to "why it isn't polytheism" are downright Orwellian.
  • I believe in God the Father, Jesus Christ, God's only begotten Son, and the Holy Spirit, the essence and power of God.
  • Yes, but God has to come back soon, for me to really believe.
  • like totally no way dude- i wouldnt believe in that if u paid me. well give me a million bucks and i may consider it though. actually for 100 million ill believe Bugs Bunny created the Universe- ALL HAIL BUGS!
  • Yes, no and no. If there was one god doing his job right then fine. What does he have a son for? Where's his mother? And the holy ghost is stretching it a bit far. I mean believing in a god should be enough but believing in ghosts is pushing it, don't you think?

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